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Fragile X Fred / Julia Bassell, Jayne Dixon Weber, Jeannie Visootsak, Jordana Roteman Slawin (Illustrator)

By: Bassell, Julia.
Contributor(s): Dixon Weber, Jayne | Visootsak, Jeannie | Roteman Slawin, Jordana.
Middletown, DE : Jayne Dixon Weber, 2015Description: 33 p. : illustrations : 25 cm.ISBN: 9781511790895.Subject(s): FRAGILE X SYNDROME | JUVENILE LITERATURE | PARENT GUIDES
Contents:
pages 1-18: Rhyming story explaining Fragile X to children. - pages 19-28: You Are Never Too Old to Wear a Pink Tutu (and other lessons my son has taught our family) - A parent offers her experiences on raising a child with Fragile X. - pages 29-33: Fragile X Syndrome 101. - Suggested Readings. - About the Authors.
Summary: Look around you. Every person you meet has been molded by an intertwining of genetic information and personal experience. Fragile X syndrome is a genetic disorder that is not widely understood. This book aims to help people of all ages understand that although individuals with fragile X syndrome do have certain challenges, these challenges do not define them. This book is a valuable tool for educators, siblings, parents, and children with fragile X syndrome.
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Main Collection 780.22 BAS (Browse shelf) Checked out 16/11/2018 W008992
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pages 1-18: Rhyming story explaining Fragile X to children. - pages 19-28: You Are Never Too Old to Wear a Pink Tutu (and other lessons my son has taught our family) - A parent offers her experiences on raising a child with Fragile X. - pages 29-33: Fragile X Syndrome 101. - Suggested Readings. - About the Authors.

Look around you. Every person you meet has been molded by an intertwining of genetic information and personal experience. Fragile X syndrome is a genetic disorder that is not widely understood. This book aims to help people of all ages understand that although individuals with fragile X syndrome do have certain challenges, these challenges do not define them. This book is a valuable tool for educators, siblings, parents, and children with fragile X syndrome.

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